Semester starting at CCC

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Clovis Community College students Carisma Garcia, left, and Christina Reynoso start classes Monday. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Tonya Garner: CNJ staff writer Elizabeth Alonzo said she will follow her usual morning routine Monday before driving to Clovis from her hometown of Bovina to embark on her life as a college student. A 2005 Bovina […]

8/25 Education Digest

ENMU begins fall semester Monday PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University in Portales will begin the fall semester on Monday. The last day to register is Sept. 2. The semester ends on Dec. 16. Currently enrolled students may register online at http: www.enmu.edu. New students should contact the advising center at 562-2338. — Compiled by […]

6/12 Honors, Reunions, Organizations

Honors Schumpert Wade Schumpert of Clovis has been named to the Dean’s List at Lubbock Christian University for the spring semester of 2005. To qualify for the list, students must be taking a minimum of 12 semester hours and achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or above for the entire semester. Hale Roberta Ann […]

Achieving goals better late than never

By Helena Rodriguez: Local Columnist Dear Family, friends, fans and foes: You are cordially invited this twentieth day of May two thousand and five to celebrate a milestone in the life of Helena Amanda Rodriguez — her first all-out, no-holds nervous breakdown — at 4 o’clock today (We knew spelling out the dates and times […]

Hectic life can have bitter consequences

By Helena Rodriguez: Local Columnist I saw a scary commercial on TV the other day, a Wal-Mart spot showing a woman with a hectic lifestyle who looks into the camera and says: “I like being busy all the time.” Don’t we all? We just love driving around like maniacs, our cell phones glued to our […]

ENMU tuition going up

By Tony Parra: Freedom Newspapers The Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents approved a raise in tuition and board along with pay increases for school staff during a meeting Friday in Ruidoso. Regents approved an $83 increase in tuition per semester for resident and non-resident undergraduate students. Regents also approved a $93 increase in […]

Time, patience, earns degree

By David Arkin: CNJ Correspondent Lenna Rolan doesn’t think it’s a real good idea for her to pursue a master’s degree. She’s just not sure when she finish it. You have to understand, it took her 26 semesters to get her undergraduate degree. It’s not that Rolan had trouble in class — in fact she […]

Honor rolls

National Honor Roll The following local high school students have been inducted into the Spring 2003 National Honor Roll: Bovina High School: DiAnna Mendoza. Clovis High School: Latara Fells, Blanca Flores, Natasha Hawkins, Christen Kos, Matthew Loewen, Christopher Maher, Carli McCasland, Whitney Shaw, Breanne Smith, Randy Stapp, William Stephenson, Adrianna Torres and Zachary Watters. Clovis […]

ENMU women’s basketball capsule

CNJ staff West Texas A&M (5-1) at ENMU (3-4) When: 6 p.m. today Where: Greyhound Arena Radio: KGNC-AM 710, Amarillo Notes: The game is the Lone Star Conference South Division opener for both teams. The matchup was moved up to avoid three-game weeks during conference play. … WT beati the Zias 75-54 on Nov. 28 […]

Spirit, fortitude overcome ‘giants’

Judy Brandon With each new semester, my students arrive with hopes and dreams for the future. They bring with them goals, plans and thoughts of anticipation about college and what is to many, a new beginning. Their dreams are heartfelt, distinct and meaningful. Most of them are determined to succeed against all odds. But alongside […]